Major league baseball won't be able to say "it counts" anymore about the annual All-Star game.

The league's new collective bargaining agreement will get rid of the decision that whichever league wins the game would also be the league to get home-field advantage in the World Series,

Instead, the advantage will go to the league champion with the better regular-season record.

Other changes to the agreement include a shorter minimum time on the disabled list, from 15 days down to 10, the Associated Press reported.